Margaret Sullivan takes her NYT colleagues to task like it’s her job, because it is
Margaret Sullivan is Public Editor at the New York Times. She is tasked with taking the Times to task when it falls short, overreaches or otherwise misses the mark.
And sometimes it does miss the mark, like when it failed to mention successful litigation by the Wall Street Journal which resulted in publication of Medicare data the Times used in crafting a recent feature story.
Sullivan’s candor and diligence are a service to the paper’s readers and reporters alike. Subscribe to her RSS feed here.